POC Contest and Mentoring Session under the aegis of Institutions Innovation Cell on the occasion of National innovation Day
Department: Electronics and Communications Engineering
Event: POC Contest and Mentoring Session under the aegis of Institutions Innovation Cell on the occasion of National innovation Day
Objective: To validate innovation quotient in the projects and mentoring for further development
Date: 16st October, 2019
Time: 11:00 AM -2:40 PM
Audience Profile: Final Year Students of Electronics and Communication department
1. Dr. UBS Chandrawat ,HOD Electronics and Communication department
2. Dr. B. S Chaurasia, Dean R&D
3. Prof. Kamlesh Gupta, Professor ECE department
4. Sachin Mittal, Expert of IPR
About the Event:
Proof of concept or POC is the art of winning a ship-building contract by showing the working model of a paper boat. the POC contest and mentor session was conducted on the auspicious occasion of national innovation day by department of ECE under the rubric of Institution’s Innovation Council.
It was organized under the vision to validate the Innovation quotient in projects and also mentoring for the further development A proof of concept (POC) is a demonstration, the purpose of which is to verify that certain concepts or theories have the potential for real-world application. POC is therefore a prototype that is designed to determine feasibility, but does not represent deliverables.
There were 20+ projects and ideas that were pitched as a part of the contest and got mentored by
the jury panel.The mentoring was provided on the basis of project background and the
techniques used in it.
Various project pitched by the participants and appreciated by the Jury.Some of them are Digital
Key Panel, QR Code based security system, Smart Water distribution system using IoT, Smart
Security Surveillance, Alcohol detection with automatic engine lock, Self Balancing robot etc.
All the mentoring provided to the projects keenly focused on the innovation in that project and
how or what innovation can be brought in the respective project.
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